An aching novel of a young man trying to find a place in the world.
Stone Sky Gold Mountain offers a rearranging of Australian history, reminding us other settlers were also here in the early days.
The writers in this collection grapple with what it means to be “planetary” beings: how our individual actions can seem so small, but have global consequences.
A dreamy, mirage-like novel where things change shape before your eyes.
Victor Steffensen offers a language to articulate here we want to go and how to get there.
Poly is a riot of a novel, an all out brawl.
These are austere, still poems about the things embodied in words.
Cherry Beach is a painful portrait of millennial queer life, and agonising desire.
There are a lot of feelings in Mary Shelley’s cautionary tale of science run amuck, but her depiction of nature in all its untrammelled grandeur is still something to behold.
Cleanness is a book of lofty ideas, grounded in the flesh.